Upgrade to Project Server 2013
Applies to: Project Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Summary: Learn about how to upgrade to Project Server 2013.
This series of articles describes the steps necessary upgrade to Project Server 2013. This includes planning and preparing for upgrade, moving copies of your databases to your Project Server 2013 destination environment, and upgrading your Project Server 2010data and PWA site data.
The following articles about upgrading to Project Server 2013 are available to view online. Writers update articles on a continuing basis as new information becomes available and as users provide feedback.
Learn about key changes and considerations when you upgrade to Project Server 2013.
Before you plan to upgrade to Project Server 2013, you must have an understanding of the general steps required to upgrade.
When you upgrade to Project Server 2013, things to consider include system requirements and your current environment.
After you create a plan to upgrade your environment to Project Server 2013, you must prepare you environment before you can start the actual upgrade process.
Describes how to create backup copies of your Project Server 2010 farm database in order to upgrade to Project Server 2013.
Describes how to restore your Project Server 2010 databases to the SQL Server instance that is hosting your Project Server 2013 data.
Describes how to upgrade your required Project Server 2010 databases and your Project Web App site collection to Project Server 2013.
Describes how to address a known issue with Enterprise Project Types after you upgrade to Project Server 2013.
|For information about upgrading to SharePoint Server 2013, see Get started with upgrades to SharePoint 2013.|